A very interesting pair of senryu. Love them both...
I love it! Brilliant. This one cracks me up! You should send this one to Brainchild. I'm serious. Check it out: http://www.brainchildmag.com/toc/indexspring09.asp Brainchild has a yearly haiku competition for moms. Some of the haiku, or senryu, are really hilarious. If you can't get this issue, let me know. I think we still have a copy and I can scan in the article for you.
Haha! i am remembered of a joke, Dalloway...can't say it here! :)anyway, this was enjoyable, wishes, devika
_Ooooo, I can't overlook the surprise on his face! Will he need a Dr. soon... for his hair? _Uuum, I don't want to wander any further into a colorful imagination, here. _This one really made me chuckle, Emma!_m
Delightful - loved this!
For the record, Im sure Einstein never had any problems...Patrick, Im always up for a good laugh. By all means if you are inclined to scan the article, you can email me at australianhaiku(AT)hotmail(DOT)com. Cheers!Devika - youre a comlete tease ;)Magyar, Im sure we're all curious what your colourful imagination is conjuring up. Glad it got a giggle.Janice, youre far too kind and more polite than Magyar ;)
ying and yang...Here you show the differences between the sexes so well!Great one!
i just can't go there... thnx
The verse is great. And there is some sobriety behind the humour (and this is why it is a wonderful piece). Poor man, poor woman, poor couple, poor who? The lesson says: talk to save your love. But you've said it in a fantastic picture, Dalloway.Best wishesRalf
thanks kind folk
I loved this!! That was great:)
that says so much about the difference between male and female and the relationships between the two...
Let's hope he has a bed socks fetish. Am I giving away my age?
ha! not at all, Bill
I love this! I can see my future. :)
looks like Bill after a hard night...
aw Bandit, say it aint so!
Thanks for taking the time to write something.